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  • A further lifeline workers

    The coronavirus pandemic has created not only a health emergency but an economic one. Protecting lives and safeguarding jobs has been at the heart of the UK Government's response and it has provided the largest package of emergency support in post-war history - worth more than £200billion....

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  • I'm making food anyone can really have a go at

    GRIME artist, rapper and cook, Big Zuu, born Zuhair Hassan, is best known for hosting series Big Zuu's Big Eats on Dave, which sees him cooking for and chatting with comedians like James Acaster ("he's absolutely hilarious") and Rosie Jones ("is a boss"), alongside his best...

  • 'The idea that it's up to women to change their behaviouris an insult'

    In 2010, a plaque was installed in Paisley's town centre in tribute to women who have died as a result of violence by men....

  • You can't be a chef via Zoom!

    FEw industries have suffered more during the pandemic than hospitality. thousands of restaurants and pubs up and down the country have been forced to shut their doors for good, following months of lockdown restrictions....

  • Caribbean fMavour...

    IF eVer you find yourself caught in the gnarled pincers of a crab, you will wish you had food writer and supper club host Vanessa Bolosier by your side....

  • Pleasure principle

    "WE don't need herbs," says Mark Diacono, a man who has just written an entire cookbook about them. He goes on to call them "unnecessary" and adds, quite heartlessly, that "we can perfectly merrily eat for the rest of our lives without herbs and we will live"....

  • The science of cooking

    WRITER, photographer and food stylist Nik Sharma is based in LA, California. A city of farmers' markets and cutting-edge restaurants, tacos you'd sell a limb for (if pushed), and ridiculously fresh produce....

  • Fish tales

    CHEF Josh Niland can be brilliantly blunt. "If you write a vanilla cookbook that just puts another fillet on top of another vegetable, I think I'll go crazy," he says over Zoom from Sydney, Australia. "It's so boring, the way we continue to see fish."...

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